Every year on February 14th it’s hard to miss those who are taking rejection very hard on or close to the most romantic day of the year. Whether the rejection was recent or many years ago, Valentine’s Day, for some, can reduce their emotions to puddles … literally. Luckily, this year offered a surprising lesson on handling sweethearts who went sour came complements of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics when Viktor Ahn won Gold for Russia.
Welcome to 30 Days Of Love, our one-month initiative to bring you closer to the love you deserve for Valentine's Day! This weekend, we're shining the spotlight on appreciation — and its role in a fulfilling relationship. We asked men and women of all ages to reveal what they appreciate most about your partner.
Watch Ellen Page come out in a moving, brave speech on Valentine's Day!
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It is February 14th, which means you're probably seeing a lot of people rushing around at the last minute for cards and gifts. How did this tradition even come about?, you may wonder. Why is everyone scrambling one day a year to prove their love for one another? What does it even mean to be someone's 'Valentine'?
It's here! Happy Valentine's Day! Our last Valentine's Day gift ideal is all about spontaneity.
Today is National Singles Awareness Day! Take this time to celebrate yourself. Need some tips? Read on to see five fun activities that will have you falling in love with yourself before the night is over.
Get the skinny on Bethenny Frankel's most memorable Valentine's Day — the day she lost her virginity!
Are you a single woman searching for a fun Valentine's Day idea to get your day started? Why don't you listen to life coach David Wygant and shower yourself with love today. You don't need a date to feel complete so dust your shoulders off and see the wonderful value in yourself. You won't regret it!
We've probably all had one or several happy Valentine's Days in the past. For those of you who have lost a child or parent, a partner or friend, here are some way to deal with those losses, even as others are celebrating Valentine's Day. 1) Give yourself a lot of leeway. If you need a few weeks more for grieving than others think you should require, thank them for their concern and assure them that you are doing what you choose to do.
Valentine’s Day is the day to measure relationship successes and failures. If destructive love has been your norm, or you’ve recently had a tough break up, you can end up rehashing years of unhappiness if you don’t take control of the day and use it to your advantage.
Valentine's Day falls on a Friday this year. Since you'll no doubt spend the weekend doing the traditional going out to dinner, presenting flowers, and giving gifts of lingerie, you may be able to have a laid back February 14th.
So it’s Valentine’s Day and you are single. Conventional wisdom says you should feel depressed and lonely. Maybe you do feel that way, just a little. That is okay! Most of the time being single is pretty freaking awesome—don’t allow this silly holiday change the way you feel about yourself. So instead of downing a bottle of wine and watching rom-coms about men that only exist on film, do this instead:
What's cooler than being able to express yourself freely to the one you love? Expression helps your partner understand what makes you tick, helps you communicate better with each other or gives you the freedom to just be you. Whether you both have been together for a few months, a few years or a few decades, there are so many ways amazing to express yourself to each other. Here are 30 to get you started!